Julie and I went on one of our outings down dirt roads this morning. We hit some roads we have never been down and found this interesting little house. It is abandoned and in disrepair but it is evident that a great deal of creativity and love went into building it. I wish I knew the story behind this home. […]
As we were walking around Buenos Aries, we stepped inside this church for some quiet reflection.
JB had urged me to get some photographs of the wooden silo on Henry Road in northern Jackson County so Julie and I put it on our agenda for last week. It felt like an exciting find for us, but I also felt grief. Michigan has so many wooden barns, but the winters are harsh and the owners we have […]
Yesterday we were very happy dirt-road travelers, Julie and I. Michigan has been very gray and rainy since early spring so we haven’t had many outings and when we went out we weren’t happy travelers. Yesterday was absolutely perfect after a few nasty, stormy days. We pulled off the road because I wanted a photo of a hay field that […]
On our weekly photo safari last week we found a couple of barns that interested us. The lone milk can was what first attracted, but the beautiful architecture was what really stole my heart. And of course windows always seem to hold secrets (past and present) that I can’t explore. Photography has required that I focus on what I find […]